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Sierra Campgrounds Open For Winter

It’s fairly quite at Mammoth Mountain RV Park right now. But the day after Christmas, RVers will start pouring into the 125-site park, which also features two rental cabins, according to a press release from the California Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds...

Wyoming Campground Open All Winter

Fort Caspar Campground in Casper, Wyo., bills itself as “Your Gateway to the Intermountain West,” and the 79-site campground is one of the few campgrounds in the area open all year long, according to the campground’s site. “Located in historic...

CalARVC: Plumbing Rules Loom in Calif.

All California RV park and campground buildings built before 1994 will have to have low-flow toilets and water fixtures installed by 2019, the California Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (CalARVC) recently learned. “The CalARVC office was notified last...

Winnebago Rolls On, Reports Profit Jump

Continued demand for motorhomes coupled with “firmer pricing” to protect margins helped fuel a robust first quarter for Winnebago Industries Inc., as the company reported a 50.8% gain in net income on 15% growth in revenue. Sales for the 13-week fiscal first quarter,...

RV Park Throws Party for Foster Families

Foster families in the Benson, Ariz., area were treated to a Christmas celebration on Dec. 9 hosted by Cochise Terrace RV Park, the Benson News-Sun reported. Children were visited by Santa and Mrs. Claus and were able to give jolly St. Nick their Christmas lists. From...

Iowa County Suggests Camping Presents

Are you looking for ways to make a greener choice in gifts this holiday season? Tired of the “disposable” items just being broken or thrown away? Do your gift recipients already have too much “stuff?” Consider spending on experiences rather than “things” that many of...

GPS Leading Kentucky Tourists Wrong

Thanks to a glitch — or something — in mobile mapping apps, including those from Apple and Google, people looking for Southern Lights, the illuminated holiday extravaganza at the Kentucky Horse Park, have wandered into some unintended places, the Lexington...

Kansas Town Relaxes RV Restrictions

The city of McPherson, Kan., approved an ordinance Monday (Dec. 16) allowing those owning RV and temporary house trailer camps to receive a temporary camp license. A temporary camp license, which a camp owner will apply for in writing at the municipal building, allows...

Federal BLM Asking Idaho For Money

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Upper Snake Field Office wants to improve the public’s experience at the St. Anthony Sand Dunes and is submitting two grant requests to the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation for financial assistance. The BLM wants input...

1.3 Million Lights Adorn Wis. Jellystone

The Wisconsin Christmas Carnival of Lights at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Caledonia, Wis., continues through Tuesday, Dec. 31. The Carnival of Lights features 1.3 million lights that are wrapped around the cabins, buildings and more than 500 trees...

Ariz. RV Park, Restaurant, Bar Evoke Past

A step into the ’50s Diner at Cordes Junction, Ariz., is like taking a step back in time. Owners Jerry and Robbin Schultz make every effort to impress the patrons who visit their restaurant, just beyond the Shell gas station, the Prescott Daily Courier reported....

Campground Manager Was There At Start

Aurelio Meza helped lay the foundation for one of the biggest RV parks in Harlingen, Texas. More than 30 years ago, Meza worked for a contractor that laid concrete slabs on which Park Place Estates RV Resort was built, the Valley Morning Star of Harlingen reported....